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Cabin was not updated much since 1925 and shower did not look clean. Bed's head was lower than foot of bed. Toilet space so small you bumped your head upon getting up. No stairs to front deck were cabin door was--only boulders to climb and...More
We originally wanted to stay at the North Rim Grand Canyon lodge but it was booked for the date we needed. We found the Jacob Lake Inn. We stayed in the hotel section of the lodge instead of one of the cabins. The hotel was...More
Overall stay was okay. We stayed for 1 night in one of the large freestanding cabins - with 6 people. The cabin has 2 rooms attached to the bathroom. 1 with 2 beds, other has 1 bed.
As prior reviews mentioned we were expecting rustic...More
Response from NashvlMike | Reviewed this property |
Tough to say. It's at elevation, so nights will be okay, but you're at the mercy of the weather gods as to if the day will be too warm for you. The odds are you'll be fine (and the cabins are under a fair bit of tree cover... More
Tough to say. It's at elevation, so nights will be okay, but you're at the mercy of the weather gods as to if the day will be too warm for you. The odds are you'll be fine (and the cabins are under a fair bit of tree cover too), but if you're concerned, I'd suggest a "hotel room", which is in the building just behind the cabins, as they have A/C. And of course, if you go, don't forget to check out their cookies. Trust me on that one :)